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Davido celebrates 10 years on stage: 6 Notable achievements so far



David Adeleke popularly known as Davido is celebrating his remarkable 10 years on stage.

We are at The Daily Page is also celebrating with him for retaining his position as one of the best artistes in Africa.

As part of his celebration, the singer got himself a dedicated emoji to celebrate #Davido at 10 in the music industry and also a special emoji of his popularized slang ‘E Choke’.

The Daily Page highlights some of the notable achievements of the super star below:

1. First African to perform at Music of Black Origin Awards (MOBO)

In 2017, Davido became the first African artist to perform live and won the best African Act at the MOBO Awards.

As he beat Wizkid, Tekno, Tiwa Savage who were also nominated in the category, to clinch the award.

2. Bet Award

In 2018, Davido also became the first Nigerian artist to receive his award in the Black Entertainment Television Network (BET Award) main stage. The award academy celebrate African American in music, acting and other areas in the entertainment industry.

3. Sold out global concert venues

Not every Nigerian artist can boast of selling of a global concert Venue abroad but Davido, in 2019, sold out the O2 Arena, London where he thrilled a crowd of over 20000 fans on stage.

4. Davido’s songs If and Fall certified by RIAA

Davido’s song if and Fall both have a gold certificate by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) which means that his two songs were sold half a million copies in the United States of America.

5. Fall, the most viewed music video on YouTube

Davido’s song Fall is currently the most viewed Nigerian music video with 198million views on YouTube

6. The most followed artists on all social media platforms

Davido is the most followed singer on Instagram with 20.1 million followers, most followed on Twitter with 9.3 million followers and most followed on Facebook with 7m followers

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“Being rich is not the birthright of men alone” – Linda Ikeji to ladies




Linda Ikeji speaks on definition of success

Nigerian celebrity blogger, Linda Ikeji, has advised ladies, saying being rich is not the birthright of men alone.

On Thursday afternoon, she shared her definition of success as a woman on her Instagram page and shared how she believed women should view themselves.

Linda Ikeji wrote, “Dear young lady, I hear you! If that’s how you see life and want to live life, it’s your choice! To each his own. As for me, I’d rather be as rich as those men who must pay me for being beautiful. Being rich is not the birthright of men alone. I’d rather be their contemporary than waiting for their handouts.

I know many believe it’s a man’s world; maybe it is, but with fearlessness, strength, determination, and grace, women can dominate and thrive in it. So, instead of waiting for men’s charity, I’d rather start early to fight for my dreams, build my business(es), break boundaries, and if God allows, shatter tables.

I want to get to a point in my life where I can get myself anything I want that money can buy without having to beg or sleep with any man to get it. I want to go into a store, see a $60k Cartier watch that I love, and pay for it, instead of wondering which man I’ll call and plotting all the things I will say and do to get him to buy it for me.

I know that my greatest superpower as a woman is being financially independent, as this will give me the choice to live life on my own terms, date or marry whoever my heart wants and walk away when it no longer serves me, instead of being forced to stick with a man I can no longer stand because I can’t stand on my own.

I want when a man comes into my life, no matter how rich he is, for his money to be a bonus and not my only source of livelihood. And as he gives to me, which I will happily collect, I will give to him in return.

I want to dress as sexy as I like and enter any place without a man walking up to me and asking how much it will cost to take me home for the night because he knows who the F I is… a boss babe with her own business as rich as he is.. or maybe even richer! .

Seriously, I’d rather, if God forbid I end up with a deadbeat, be able to give my child(ren) the absolute best life without having to be at the mercy of a scornful & bitter ex.

With all humility, I refuse for the quality of my life to be dependent on the benevolence of men. I want the protection, power, and security that comes with having my own money. But like I said in the beginning, that’s just me! To each his own!.”


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Davido confirms news of upcoming wedding with Chioma Rowland




Davido upcoming wedding

Nigerian singer, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido has confirmed the news of his upcoming wedding with the mother of his twins, Chioma Rowland.

Reports have it that Davido and Chioma are set to wed traditionally in the next two weeks, scheduled to take place at Eko Hotel, in Lagos on June 25, 2024.

Confirming the news in a video shared by UK-based Nigerian Pastor Tobi Adeboyega on Instagram on Tuesday, the excited groom-to-be, Davido invited his friends to join in the celebration of his upcoming wedding.

He said, “Guys, you have to come to Nigeria on the 25th [of June] for my wedding.”

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Skit maker, Layi Wasabi says he doesn’t believe in having girlfriend




Layi Wasabi says he doesn't believe in having girlfriend

Nigerian comedian Layi Wasabi has explained why he thinks having a partner is more important than having a girlfriend.

While appearing on the most recent episode of the podcast “Is This Seat Taken?” hosted by actress Chinasa Anukam, he revealed this in an exclusive conversation.

If I am going to be in a meaningful relationship, Layi Wasabi told Chinasa, he would rather use the term “partnership” than “girlfriend.”

He said, “I don’t believe in the concept of a girlfriend. I believe in partnership. I don’t believe in that phase of girlfriends. I start with courtship. I have to see the wife in the person from the beginning.”


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